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January 29th, 2007
Statistics compiled by the Pennsylvania Korea Office in Seoul show that Pennsylvania's exports to South Korea have grown steadily over the past five years. In 2005, exports totaled $460 million, up 36 percent from 2000 totals of $338 million.
Ken Yang of the Pennsylvania Korea Office estimates that life science, medical devices and diagnostic equipment have great potential to be hot trade segments, as well as Pittsburgh-based biotechnology, nanotechnology, tissue engineering, robotics, data storage, cyber securities, and advanced manufacturing.
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